A new Judicial Philosophy blog has been created. From the blog description:

The blog was born out of a passion for judicial studies and jurisprudence. It aims to present latest news, opportunities, papers, calls, and events for those who care about judges, judicial behaviour, education and policymaking. Until now centralisation of these topics has been scarce, and this website aims to fill the gap and bring together a community of jurists, philosophers, scientists, educators, policymakers and everyone who is interested in judicial studies. It sometimes touches on tangent disciplines and topics in view of a holistic approach to judicial philosophy


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